I’ve just upgraded to IE8. Since then, when I use the scroll wheel on my mouse, which is set to scroll one line at a time, the scrolling continues for a further 3 to 4 lines. I’ve changed my mouse to ensure it was not the culprit, but still the unwanted scrolling goes on. Has anyone else experienced this, and is there a known solution?
howard64, no joy I'm afraid. All that happens is the normal pointer changes to the four-way symbol, but instead of enabling movement either left, right or back and forth it simplly remains static. However, that simbol works perfectly well on other applications.
Maybe a defrag or give Winaso optimizer trial version a run,It only repairs 10 items at a time but you can run it as often as you like. Maybe roll back the driver for it or delete the driver and let Microsoft update it. Have you got Compatibility view ticked under tools. Now updating to IE8 used to turn some of the add-ons off.Although they were showing in add 0ns the files were empty so maybe have a look in there.Maybe just needing enabled.
buteman I've defragged the hard drive, run the registry element of CCleaner, as opposed to Winaso, as well as clicking the Compatability View button, but still the problem persists. Which driver are you talking about, and where are the add-ons you speak of?